Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos unveiled, arrives along with two dual-SIM Androids in India
The Samsung Galaxy Ace stands right between the mid and low-range Android segments, and this along with its iPhone-esque looks grants it a huge popularity in developing markets, but when you pair all this with dual-SIM functionality the whole package starts to look even better. That’s what Samsung did with the Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos - the newest addition to the dual-core lineup of the South Korean company.
The new Galaxy Ace Duos, also known as the Samsung SCH-i589, is virtually identical to the single-SIM Galaxy Ace, but adds support for both GSM and CDMA networks. The handset features a 832MHz single-core processor powering Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The screen is 3.5 inches with HVGA resolution, and there’s a 1650mAh battery. It retails for around $340 (16,900 Indian rupees) off contract.
The other two dual-SIM Android phones Samsung introduces to India are the already familiar ultra low-end Samsung Galaxy Y Duos with 3.24” display and the full-QWERTY Samsung Galaxy Y Pro Duos.
Both devices sport a 832MHz processor, Gingerbread spiced up with TouchWiz UI, a 3MP fixed-focus camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Samsung Apps, Social Hub and Samsung’s free messaging service ChatON.
Additionally, Samsung is also bring the feature phone Star 3 Duos to India. Would you want to see any of the aforementioned devices stateside? And is dual-SIM that important in the US as it seems to be in other parts of the world? Drop your two cents in the comments below.